These GTA homes bought for over asking value: $1.3 million in Oshawa, $726,500 in Brighton

OSHAWA

Location: 1103 Outdated Pye Courtroom,

Beatrice St. E. and Charrington Ave.

Asking value: $899,000

Promoting value: $1,300,000

Earlier promoting value: $627,000 (2017)

1103 Old Pye Ct.

Dimension: about 2,400 sq. ft.

Lot: 53-by-124 ft, built-in two automotive storage, personal double drive

Taxes: $5,440 (2021)

Bedrooms: 3

Bogs: 3

Bought: February 1/22. Closed: March 28/22.

1103 Old Pye Ct.

Promoting for 145 per cent of the itemizing value in simply 5 days, this two-storey indifferent residence encompasses a completed basement with a separate walkout.

“This house is on a personal ravine lot that includes a big, welcoming entrance with French doorways, a household room with a gasoline fire, and a double automotive storage with entry to the home and the yard,” says itemizing agent Pamela Daley.

The house is close to purchasing, eating places, faculties and public transit.

1103 Old Pye Ct.

Primary flooring: lounge with broadloom and French doorways; eating room with broadloom, and walkout to deck; eat-in kitchen with hardwood flooring; household room with broadloom, bow window and gasoline fire; two-piece toilet.

Second flooring: broadloomed flooring; main bed room with massive closet and four-piece ensuite; second bed room and third bedrooms every with a window; three-piece toilet.

Completed basement: recreation room with gasoline fire and walkout.

Itemizing agent: Pamela Daley, Coldwell Banker R.M.R Actual Property, Brokerage, 905-372-9323 www.cbrmr.com

BRIGHTON

Location: 104 Cedar St.,

Cedar St. and Beacon Dr.

104 Cedar St.

Asking value: $599,900

Promoting value: $726,500

Earlier promoting value: N/A

Dimension: about 1,800 sq. ft.

Lot: 54-by-100 ft, no storage, personal double drive

104 Cedar St.

Taxes: $2,405 (2021)

Bedrooms: 3 plus 1

Bogs: 2

Bought: January 27/22. Closed: April 12/22.

104 Cedar St.

This indifferent bungalow bought for 121 per cent of the itemizing value in eight days.

“This spacious raised bungalow is simply 5 km. from Hwy. 401, and close to Brighton Bay and its marinas. The house is well-maintained and up to date, and comes with a totally fenced yard and a completed basement. As effectively, the open-concept principal rooms are crammed with pure mild,” says itemizing agent Jessica Hornung.

The house is close to purchasing, eating places, faculties, King Edward Area, Presqu’ile Provincial Park, Proctor Park Conservation Space, Lake Ontario, and entry to Hwy. 401.

104 Cedar St.

Primary flooring: high-end vinyl flooring; lounge with image window; eating room with sliding door walkout; kitchen with ceramic flooring; main bed room with massive closet; second and third bedrooms; four-piece toilet.

Completed basement: broadloomed flooring; visitor bed room; recreation room with gasoline fire and moist bar; den; three-piece toilet.

Itemizing agent: Jessica Hornung, Coldwell Banker R.M.R Actual Property, Brokerage, 905-372-9323; www.cbrmr.com.

What They Acquired is compiled by freelance contributor Allison Harness, a Toronto-based actual property author, from data that’s publicly accessible. Ship current properties gross sales to soldhome@rogers.com. Not all submissions can be utilized.

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